With its geometrical two-tone enamel face this gorgeous vintage early 1930s Art Déco Kodak Beau box camera has been beautifully upcycled by hand into a lamp
With its geometrical two-tone enamel face this gorgeous vintage early 1930s Art Déco Kodak Beau box camera was designed by famous industrial designer Walter Dorwin Teague. This rare camera has been beautifully upcycled by hand into a stylish floor lamp, and comes complete with a vintage telescopic tripod, a high quality chrome lamp fitting and oversized mirrored vintage style Edison globe bulb with spiral filament producing a lovely warm glow.
These Edison style LED bulbs use up to 90 percent less energy than traditional incandescent bulbs, and have up to 30,000 hours lifespan.
The lamp is also fitted with a vintage style brown braided flex cable with an inline switch, a chrome cord grip, and a 3amp British plug. All fittings are genuine British parts, all hand-wired to a high, professional standard.
The vintage telescopic tripod with its extending legs can be extended to multiple heights giving the lamp a height of up to 156cm making it ideal as a floor lamp, or a table lamp.
This is an original vintage item so there may be some natural wear and tear which adds to the character of the lamp.
All electrical parts are new, and work has been carried out to a professional standard and is PAT tested.
Thank you so much for taking time to look at our handmade item, and please feel free to contact us if you have any queries.